مشخص کردن رول (Role Prompting)

تاکید کردیم که باید موقع نوشتن پرامپت در ChatGPT، بهتر است کانتکست آن را مشخص کنیم.

یکی از مهمترین اجزا کانتکست پرامپت، رول است؛ به ویژه رولی که می‌خواهیم به chatGPT بدهیم:

Act as an English teacher. explain past tense verbs correctly in English.

به جای Act as می‌توانیم به روش‌های مختلفی به chatGPT بگوییم که یک رول خاص را بازی کند.

Imagine you're an English teacher. explain past tense verbs correctly in English.
You are an  English teacher. explain past tense verbs correctly in English.

جواب احتمالی (کلیک کنید)

Sure, let’s dive into past tense verbs!

In English, past tense verbs are used to indicate actions or states that occurred in the past. They show that something happened before the current moment. Here’s how we form past tense verbs:

Regular verbs typically form their past tense by adding “-ed” to the base form of the verb. For example:

  • Base form: walk Past tense: walked
  • Base form: talk Past tense: talked
  • Base form: play Past tense: played

Irregular verbs, however, do not follow this rule and have unique past tense forms. Some examples include:

  • Base form: go Past tense: went
  • Base form: eat Past tense: ate
  • Base form: write Past tense: wrote

To use past tense verbs correctly, we often place them in sentences alongside a time indicator that specifies when the action occurred. For instance:

  • Yesterday, I walked to the park.
  • She went to the store last night.
  • They ate dinner together.

These sentences demonstrate actions that happened in the past, and the past tense verbs (“walked,” “went,” “ate”) indicate this timing.

Understanding and correctly using past tense verbs is essential for effective communication, especially when recounting past events or describing historical actions.

در بالا، به chatGPT یک رول مشخص دادیم. می‌توانیم رول کسی که دارد پرامپت را وارد می‌کند را هم مشخص کنیم:

Imagine you're an English teacher, and I'm an A1 level learner. Please explain past tense verbs correctly in English.

جواب احتمالی (کلیک کنید)

Past tense verbs are used to talk about things that already happened.

For most verbs, you just add “-ed” to the end. Like “walk” becomes “walked.”

But some verbs are a little different, like “go” becomes “went.” Just remember, past tense is for talking about the past!

این رول می‌تواند یک رول دقیق یا مشخص باشد:

As an English teacher, could you explain past tense verbs in English to me? I'm a ۳۰-year-old Iranian learner at the A1 level

یا یک رول جنرال و نوعی:

As an English teacher, could you explain past tense verbs in English to me? I'm a beginner

حتی می‌توان یک رول کاملاً مشخص مانند یک کاراکتر را در نظر گرفت.

Imagine you are truly Albert Einstein. explain past tense verbs correctly in English.

مثال‌های بیشتر

Explain to me how the internet works, assuming I a bird.
Explain to me how the internet works, assuming I am Ghengis Khan.
Explain to me how the internet works, assume I have limited background in computer science.
As a marine biologist, how would you address the issue of overfishing to preserve aquatic ecosystems?
Imagine you're a teacher grading an essay on why students shouldn't use ChatGPT for writing essays. Offer feedback on the essay's strengths and areas that could be improved, keeping in mind the audience's level of understanding.

یک الگوی مفید برای چنین پرامپتی، به این صورت است.

Act as X. Explain Y to me. Assume that I am Persona Z.

ده مثال (کلیک کنید)

“Act as a tour guide. Explain the city landmarks to me. Assume that I am a newcomer.”

“Pretend to be a chef. Explain how to cook spaghetti carbonara to me. Assume that I am a beginner cook.”

“Imagine you’re a librarian. Explain how to find books in the library to me. Assume that I am new to libraries.”

“Put yourself in the shoes of a sports coach. Explain the rules of basketball to me. Assume that I am a novice player.”

“Picture yourself as a doctor. Explain the symptoms of the common cold to me. Assume that I have limited medical knowledge.”

“Imagine you’re a weather forecaster. Explain how to read a weather forecast to me. Assume that I am unfamiliar with meteorology.”

“Pretend to be a gardener. Explain how to plant a flower garden to me. Assume that I am a beginner in gardening.”

“Act as a museum curator. Explain the history of ancient civilizations to me. Assume that I have little background knowledge in history.”

“Put yourself in the role of a teacher. Explain basic mathematics concepts to me. Assume that I am just starting to learn math.”

“Imagine you’re a fitness trainer. Explain how to do a simple workout routine to me. Assume that I am new to exercising.”

پرامپت زیر برای یادگیری اشکال مخلف یک کلمه به کمک نمونه جملات کمک زیادی می‌کند:

Act as an English teacher. I will give you English words. For each word, list the forms of the word. Then, give simple explanations for each. If there are multiple definitions, do not give more than five. Finally, provide some common example sentences to show the word in different contexts. Present the results in a table. The first word is "WORD".

به جای WORD کلمه موردنظرمان را می‌نویسیم.

خروجی این پرامپت، در یک جدول نشان داده می‌شود.

اگر Present the results in a table را حذف کنیم، به جای جدول، توضیحات متنی و بولت پوینت ارائه می‌شود.

خروجی پرامپت (کلیک کنید)

Certainly! Let’s explore the word “sing.”

Forms of the Word

  1. Sing (base form)
  2. Sings (third person singular present)
  3. Sang (past simple)
  4. Sung (past participle)
  5. Singing (present participle/gerund)

Explanations

  1. Sing: To produce musical sounds with the voice.
  2. Sings: Present tense form used with he, she, it.
  3. Sang: Past tense form of sing.
  4. Sung: Past participle form, often used with “have” or “had.”
  5. Singing: The act of producing musical sounds with the voice; also used as a noun or adjective.

Example Sentences

  1. Sing:
    • I like to sing in the shower.
    • Birds sing beautifully in the morning.
  2. Sings:
    • She sings in the school choir.
    • Every evening, he sings a lullaby to his daughter.
  3. Sang:
    • Last night, we sang karaoke at the party.
    • She sang her heart out during the audition.
  4. Sung:
    • They have sung together for years.
    • By the time we arrived, the choir had already sung several songs.
  5. Singing:
    • Singing is one of my favorite hobbies.
    • We heard someone singing in the distance.
    • The singing birds made the park feel peaceful.

Feel free to provide more words if you need further explanations!

تمرین

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  1. -Imagine you’re a fitness trainer in an online class. Explain how to do a deadlift and split squat. Assume that I am new to exercising.
    -Certainly! Let’s break down the deadlift and split squat exercises for beginners:

    Deadlift:
    The deadlift is a powerful strength-training and muscle-building exercise.
    It primarily targets your posterior chain (lower back, glutes, hamstrings, and traps).
    Here’s how to do it:
    Stand with your feet hip-width apart, toes slightly turned out.
    Bend at your hips and knees to lower your torso, keeping your back straight.
    Grip the barbell (or dumbbells) with an overhand or mixed grip (one palm facing you, the other away).
    Keep your chest up, engage your core, and lift the weight by straightening your hips and knees.
    Stand tall, shoulders back, and hips fully extended.
    Lower the weight back down with control.
    Start with lighter weights to practice form and gradually increase as you get comfortable.
    Variation: Snatch Grip Romanian Deadlift targets the hamstrings and glutes. Use a wider grip and focus on hip hinge movement1.
    Split Squat:
    The split squat is a great lower-body exercise that works your quads, glutes, and hamstrings.
    It’s easier on the lower back than traditional squats.
    Here’s how to do it:
    Stand with one foot forward and the other foot back (about 2-3 feet apart).
    Keep your chest up and shoulders back.
    Lower your back knee toward the ground, aiming for a 90-degree angle in both knees.
    Push through your front heel to return to the starting position.
    Repeat on the other leg.
    Use bodyweight or hold dumbbells for added resistance.
    Variation: Rear-Foot Elevated Split Squat (with your back foot elevated on a bench or step) increases the challenge2.
    Remember to start with lighter weights and focus on proper form. As you gain confidence, gradually increase the intensity. Happy exercising! 💪🏋️‍♂️

  2. act as an English teacher explain conjugation to me.assume that I am a B1 level student.

    Copilot
    Certainly! Conjugation is the process of changing a verb to indicate who is doing the action and when the action is taking place. In English, verbs change form to show different tenses, voices, moods, and to agree with their subjects.

    Let’s take the verb “to speak” as an example:

    Base Form: speak
    Past Tense: spoke
    Present Tense: speak/speaks (He/She/It speaks)
    Future Tense: will speak
    Now, let’s conjugate the verb “to speak” in present simple tense for different subjects:

    I speak
    You speak
    He/She/It speaks
    We speak
    You (plural) speak
    They speak
    Notice that for “he,” “she,” and “it,” we add an -s at the end of the base form.

    In English, the conjugation is relatively simple compared to other languages because it doesn’t change much across different subjects, especially in the past and future tenses. However, there are irregular verbs that do not follow standard conjugation rules, like “to be,” “to have,” and “to go,” which you’ll need to memorize.

    Remember, practice makes perfect. Try to use verbs in different tenses and with different subjects as you speak or write. Would you like to practice with some exercises or learn about a specific tense in more detail?

    Can you explain the past perfect tense?
    Give me some examples of irregular verbs.
    Yes, I’d like to practice with exercises!

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